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Pellet Stove
Retain These Instructions
P/N 775,228M, Rev. A, 05/2007
Report No. 050-S-13-2
A French manual is available upon request. Order P/N 775,228CF.
Ce manuel d'installation est disponible en francais, simplement en faire la demande. Numéro de la pièce
These appliances must be properly installed and operated in order to prevent the possibility
of a house fire. Please read this entire installation and operation manual before install-
ing and using your wood stove. Failure to follow these instructions could result in
property damage, bodily injury or even death. Contact your local building or fire
Hot! Do not touch! The glass and surfaces of this appliance will be
hot during operation and will retain heat for a while after shutting off
the appliance. Severe burns may result.
Carefully supervise children in the same room as appliance.
Lennox™ pellet-burning appliances are designed for use as a supple-
mental heater. They are not intended for continuous use as a primary
heat source.
officials to obtain a permit and information on any installation requirements
and inspection requirements in your area.
Pellet Stoves
Model Winslow™ (PS40)


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  • Page 1: For Future Reference

    Please read this entire installation and operation manual before install- ing and using your wood stove. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage, bodily injury or even death. Contact your local building or fire officials to obtain a permit and information on any installation requirements and inspection requirements in your area.

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    ... 3 eatures peciFications ... 3 isting nFormation ... 3 ppearance hoices ... 4 tove imensions ... 4 Learances ombustibLes ... 6 earth rotection ermination equirements ... 7 ermination ocations nstaLLation ... 8 enting asonry irepLace nstaLLation ...10 obiLe nstaLLation ...10 urge rotector...

  • Page 3: Features And Specifications

    The Winslow™ PS40 stove is safety tested and listed with the following agencies; • OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc., Beaverton, Oregon to ASTME 1509 • USEPA List of Exempt Wood Heating Appliances • List of Colorado Approved Pellet Stoves...

  • Page 4: Stove Dimensions, Clearances To Combustibles

    (591mm) Side View Side View 8-7/8” (5mm) figure  The center of the flue is 8-7/8” above the surface upon which the stove rests. Clearances to Combustibles Corner Installations Left Wall Horizontal Venting 8” (0mm) figure  Right Wall Horizontal Venting...

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    Corner Installations Continued Vertical Venting 5-7/8” (19mm) figure 5 Parallel Installations Vertical Venting 17-1/” (mm) 9” (9mm) 8” (0mm) figure 6 INSTALL VeNT AT CLeARANCeS SPeCIfIeD bY THe VeNT MANUfACTUReR. NoTe: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIoNS ARe NoT To SCALe. Horizontal Venting 5-7/8”...

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    The floor protector must be a non-combustible material extending beneath the stove and to the front and sides as shown below. Stove Base -7/8” (98mm) Firebox Front Edge 6” Hearth (15mm) 6” (15mm) figure 9 Minimum Size Hearth Protection 9-5/8”...

  • Page 7: Vent Installation

    Vent Installation ermination ocations Air Supply Inlet Vent Terminal Area Where Terminal Is Not Permitted Vertical Terminal (From Eave) 24” (610mm) A = Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or bal- cony (min. 12”/30cm) B = Clearance to window or door that may be opened (min. 12”/30cm above - 48”/1.2m below and to the side) C = Clearance to permanently closed window *(min.

  • Page 8

    Pellet pipe type PL or L must be used to vent the Winslow™ PS40 stove. Single wall pipe cannot be used with this pellet stove. The stove’s flue collar is 3” in diameter. An approved wall thimble or approved ceiling firestop must be used when the pellet pipe passes through a combustible wall or ceiling.

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    asonry himney When venting into a masonry chimney, the pellet pipe can terminate just inside the chimney. However, it is recom- mended to run the pellet pipe to the top of the chimney. figure 16 figure 17 irepLace When venting into a fireplace chimney, the pellet pipe can terminate just above the damper.

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    The Winslow PS40 stove can be operated manually or by thermostat. The stove comes from the factory wired to operate manually - see control board operation on the fol- lowing page.

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    Take care not to scratch finished surfaces. 2. Open right and left side door. The side doors swivel open towards the back of the stove. See Figure 24. 3. Open front door. Put trim in place by inserting trim studs into the corresponding holes in the door (Figures 22 &...

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    4. Place one washer on each stud. Using a 3/8” nut driver, snug up the nuts on each piece of trim. Do not finish tightening the nuts yet. See Figure 27. 5. There should be approximately a 7/8” (22mm) gap between the top edge of the upper trim and the top edge of the door and a 1-1/2”...

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    3. Rotate the grill back to the horizontal position and re-install the four button head screws through the two holes at each end of the grill and into the stove body. See Figure 31. Rotate Grill back To Horizontal Position...

  • Page 14: Brick Panel Installation

    Stove bright® high-temp paint (paint may dis- color with use). 1. Remove the front door of the pellet stove. To remove the front door, open the two side panels, swing open the front door, and lift it up and off of its hinges. Remove the optional log set, if present, and the burn pot.

  • Page 16: Log Set Installation Instructions

    Figure 40. The bracket fits between the back of the firebox and the air wash at the front of the stove. 3. Remove the ceramic logs from the box and carefully unwrap them. Position each back log (Figure 41, B, C) in their proper place, one on each side against the back of the firebox.

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    The hopper can be accessed by lifting the lid at the rear of the top of the stove. The hopper will hold 60 pounds of pellets. Remove any contents from the hopper and fill with pellets. ighting 1.

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    As the Winslow PS40 stove is burning, a number of normal operational sounds may be heard. Pellets can be heard sliding down the auger tube and into the burn pot. Also, the motor powering the auger can be heard as the control board calls for pellets.

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    Cleaning and Maintenance Unplug and let the Winslow™ PS40 stove cool before per- forming any maintenance or cleaning. Some brands of pellets produce more ash and clinkers than others. Therefore the frequency of performing the following cleaning procedures depends to a great degree on the quality of the pellets burned.

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    Caution: Do not operate the heat exchange scraper when the stove is hot. Located at the center of the grill on the top front of the stove is a bent rod that is attached to a scraper on the heat exchange tubes. To remove ash build-up and maintain efficient heat extraction from the stove, this rod...

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    Caution: Do not open the front door when the stove is hot. To remove the door, swing the left and right side doors A open. Pull the front door handle B to the front and swing the front door open. Lift the front door up and off the hinges as shown in C in Figure 49.

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    The following is a list of components and their functions. Igniter The Winslow™ PS40 stove comes equipped with an automatic igniter for lighting the fuel when the stove is in the lighting mode. The igniter superheats air that is pulled through the burn pot by the combustion blower to light the fuel.

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    The Winslow™ PS40 stove has a draft adjuster located at the left side of the stove directly in front of the combustion blower. Should the stove installation require long runs of vent pipe, a situation may be created where excessive combustion air is flowing through the firebox and causing the fuel to burn...

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    If the stove operates abnormally, the ready light on the control board will signal the nature of the abnormal operation. The following is a list of possible signals or codes: Ready light is constant red Ready light flashes red 1 short and 1 long blink...

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    LectricaL enerator peration Your Winslow™ PS40 stove can be powered with a gas driven electrical gererator. However, the generator’s electrical regulator may not be compatible with the stove’s electron- ics. The higher the quality of the gererator, the greater the chance that it is compatible with the stove.

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    PRoDUCT RefeReNCe INfoRMATIoN We recommend that you record the following important information about your fireplace. Please contact your Lennox Hearth Products dealer for any questions or concerns. For the number of your nearest Lennox Hearth Products dealer, please call 1-800-9-LENNOX.

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    Consult your local distributor for fireplace code information. Printed in U.S.A. © Lennox Hearth Products 007 P/N 775,8M ReV. A 05/007 1110 West Taft Avenue • orange, CA 9865...

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